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Dotties Pick

Dotties Pick (born in 1952) is a champion pacing horse. She was a foal of Adios and Pick Up.

Bred in Ontario, Canada. She compiled a then-record of 42 wins, 27 seconds and 13 thirds and earnings of $263,978 in a four-year campaign. She was the first pacing mare to top $100,000 in a single season.

Dotties Pick was inducted into the Canadian Horse Racing Hall of Fame in 1976, thirteen years before her brother Adios Pick.


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